it requires trial and error to align text with an image/video in a flash textfield. using images (or movieclips) for spacing generally is a helpful technique to use.
Hi, But the issue is that I can't get this space smaller !!!
Simply - it seems like text under swf were obscured / masked by something and is only visible while down enough from swf.
For me it's like a bug - this minimal space is too big and spoils page aestetics !!!
you can always create a 2nd textfield and align it to suit your needs.
In case of dynamically loaded content this is not a workable solution unfortunately.
Have anybody here some more constructive ideas perhaps?
of course it's workable. but good luck.
I don't think it's a workable solution as there is no way to guess what contant will be uploaded by the end-user and I am not really going to spend months on some sophisticated content analysing scripts stacking runtime-generated textfields in a purpose to enable simple YouTube support !
Thank your for wishing me good luck anyway... I wish you very same too.
well, you're wrong. that's no crime.
but you're also arrogant which is not a plus when asking for help.
This code is working :
<H2><span class="spaced2">Dziś - David Bowie!</span></H2>
<p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><img src="http://www.youtube.com/swf/l.swf?video_id=2LTSFPkqZyg" width="460" height="350" vspace="-70"></img></p><p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></p><p>Now the text is well separated from embedded swf but is not moved down too much !</p>
Please notice vspace parameter modifying behavior of swf object.
I really did my best not to hurt you.
If I did so - sorry - apologize - I did not realize you are so sensitive about your mastahacka self-esteem ;-)